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First of all, use split /\n/. Don't put a literal newline in your code -- that's ugly. Second, the chomping is entirely unnecessary if you're splitting the string on newlines. Third, are you entirely sure the email addresses contain validly formatted addresses and nothing else? I'd suggest doing:
foreach (@other_addresses) { my $ok = Email::Valid->address($_); print "address($_) = $ok\n"; }

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In reply to Re: Validate newline delimited email list by japhy
in thread Validate newline delimited email list by philosophia

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